Over the course of three days in September, the campus community probed the notion of the "good" body.
The Carr Hall center will help meet the demands of an increasingly diverse student body.
The comprehensive report provides information on campus safety, from crime statistics and prevention to College policies.
Middlebury's Program in International Politics & Economics devoted the day to studying inequality in the 21st century.
Dancer and professor Andrea Olsen will give the final major performance of her 33 year career at the College, before moving on to Monterey.
President Laurie Patton, a scholar of Indian religion, and Abhishek Singh, illustrator and fine artist, were guest panelists in a discussion about the ancient Indian text.
The community is invited to join the inaugural festivities for Middlebury's 17th president, Laurie L. Patton Oct. 10-11.
Site preparation for Middlebury's first major residence hall project since 2004 began this week in the Ridgeline area of campus.
The 14-foot high "Chaos Xaxis," by American artist Jedd Novatt, is the newest addition to Middlebury's growing public art collection.
New President Laurie L. Patton delivers a moving address about "dreaming awake" and the quest for wisdom.